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nant-Colonel Alexander P. Duncan. Eighth Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel William A. Corrie. Sixteenth Pennsylvania, Lieutenant-Colonel John K. Robison. Twenty-first Pennsylvania, Colonel Oliver B. Knowles. First U. S. Artillery, Batteries H and I, Lieut. Chandler P. Eakin.[Detached with Artillery Brigade, Ninth Army Corps.] Third brigade: Colonel Charles H. Smith. First Maine, Lieutenant-Colonel Jonathan P. Cilley. Second New York Mounted Rifles, Major Paul Chadbourne. Sixth Ohio, Major John H. Cryer. Thirteenth Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen R. Clark. Our general direction was westward, over such routes as could be found, provided they did not embarrass the march of the infantry. The roads, from the winter's frosts and rains, were in a frightful state, and when it was sought to avoid a spot which the head of the column had proved almost bottomless, the bogs and quicksands of the adjoining fields demonstrated that to make a detour was to go from bad to worse. In the fac